Australia Powerball has nine different prize divisions. You can win a prize for matching just two numbers and the Powerball number, and to win the jackpot, you must match all seven numbers and the Powerball. The jackpot starts at a minimum of AU$3 million and if there are no Division 1 winners, the top prize will roll over to the following draw. After the jackpot hits AU$10 million, it rolls over by at least another AU$10 million for every subsequent draw until it is won.
In this table, you can view the Australia Powerball prize divisions and the odds of winning in each division:
|Division||Numbers to Match||Odds||Prize Pool Distribution*|
|1||7 + Powerball||1 in 134,490,400||35%|
|2||7||1 in 7,078,443||1.8%|
|3||6 + Powerball||1 in 686,176||1.1%|
|4||6||1 in 36,115||2%|
|5||5 + Powerball||1 in 16,943||1.5%|
|6||4 + Powerball||1 in 1,173||9.7%|
|7||5||1 in 892||7.6%|
|8||3 + Powerball||1 in 188||15%|
|9||2 + Powerball||1 in 66||26.3%|
*Prizes are pari-mutuel, meaning they depend on the number of entries into each draw and the number of winners in each division. The percentages in this table show how much of the total prize pool is used to fund each division.